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Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce School Head Lice Policies

Port St. Lucie and Fort Pierce School Head Lice Policies
Updated on 
September 12, 2019

PORT ST. LUCIE SCHOOL HEAD LICE POLICY

Schools in Port St. Lucie have a "no nit" policy, which means that if a child has lice eggs he or she will be sent home from school.

The policy is stated as follows, "Students with school verified cases of head lice will have 2 excused absences per incident up to a maximum of two incidents per semester. Students who return to school with lice or nits and who are sent home that same day or who remain in the clinic/office will not be counted as “in-attendance” and will have the absence unexcused...Parents should also accompany their child to school to have their head checked by the health paraprofessional or nurse when returning from a head lice absence."

Source: Mariposa Elementary Handbook

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